Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 21
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 21

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Kernel* Signs City Council Members of an Army Reserve battalion headquartered in Gales- • F n T - \ 4 1 V J - 1 , " * • v. HERITAGE TUAIfr-Distrlbntltig copies of a guidebook to Illinois' newest tourist attraction, the Lincoln Heritage Trail, Is Harvey Kobcrtson (left), of Galesburg, a member of the trail's state-wide executive council. Accepting one of the first copies in Galesburg is Chamber of Commerce president Donald E. Johnson. Gov. Kcrncr received the glide's first copy this morning and Includes traces Abraham Lincoln's life through Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. See story on page 3. Ladies Day Special TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 3 Car Washed & Waxed been highly commend ed for performance in a field training program at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. , The outfit, 2nd Battalion, fhfaiitry Regiment, a basic com* bat training element of the 85th Army Reserve Division, returned to Galesburg Saturday night after concluding the training span at the Missouri facility. . Lt. Col. Earl F, Parsons, battalion commander, appraised the field program as tops in the unit's history. The battalion fielded 121 enlisted men and 13 officers in roles as instructors for "regular Army men currently in eight weeks of basic training at the fort. Regular training cadre at the station observed the training from the sidelines while the reservists took over. Add Talent The battalion was reenforced with additional talent when Company A, 863rd Engineer Construction Battalion, was relocated from Galesburg to rfarvey. Engineers of the company filled up the battalion's Company E, which had relocated from Peoria to A bill designed to clarify the Galesburg City Council's voting procedures was signed into law by <3tov. Otto Kerner Friday, lt passed the legislature under the auspices of Sen. Richard R. Lar* son and-tap. Raymond Anderson of Galesburg. The approved bill is an amend* ment to the state municipalities code which required a majority of aldemien including the mayor to pass legislation. The amendment changes it to a majority of aldermen Only, in cases where the council consists of an odd number of wards. Galesburg has seven aldermen and an affirmative vote of five of the seven was required to pass an ordinance, motion or resolution even though the mayor did not vote all the time. This was more than the normally required simple majority. The council experienced no difficulty in voting procedures since the election of new aldermen April 2. The possibility of confusion was always there, however, and in the long run there would have been ordinances and certain resolutions and motions which would fail because they lacked a two-third majority, City Manager Thomas Herring explained. Galesburg. Former engineers also fudge Ig Frank filled up three other companies in the battalion to place it at full strength. Reservists returned to Galesburg via chartered bus under rnmmand of Mai.. John P. Cor- WITH FILLUP OF PURE FIREBIRD GAS. poran, battalion executive officer. ^ LEAMINGTON, England (UPI) —A judge at a music festival here last weekend gave each competitor a note with his opinion of his singing at the end of performance. One singer gave RINGING-EST HOLIDAY—Final preparations were under way ake July 4 in Galesburg and the rest of the nation one ' holidays in history. Bells, carillons and today to of the "ringing-est chimes will ring in the city for four inutes starting at 1 p. m. Minute Wash 1585 N. Henderson St. r Companies in the battalion are under the following commands: Company E, Capt. William A. L. White of Abingdpn; Company F, Capt. Harold Clark of Galesburg; G Company, 1st Lt. Charles Bob took threw One such bell is located in the tower of the 100 -year-old St. Patrick's Catholic Church. The bell was a gift of Rev. Maurice Howard, who donated it in 1868. It is no longer in use today, I T although it still hangs in an enclosed tower. the judge's face. H, 1st Lt. Robert Wolf of Gales- Company I burg. Read the Want Ads Outsell the rest because: Van Camp uses only choice, hand-picked, tender beans e Generously flavored with a variety of special spices and plump, ripe tomatoes Simmered slowly in this exclusive Secret Savory Sauce to flavor each bean Rich in protein, iron, calcium, niacin, Vitamin Bi and B 2 ili? Hit + • * Stokely \ Van (3mps PORK ft ml$ **eO WITH tOJWATO Stokely Van (|mp's PORK WITH TOMAlO H * * ¥ * - W f CUP THIS VALUABLE COUPON NOW! THIS COUPON WORTH 10* WHEN YOU BUY % cans of Von Camp's Pork and Beans, (except 8 oz. size) MR. DEALER: You are authorized as our ag £nt to allow IO5* toward the purchase of 2 cans of Van Camp's Pork and Beans, (except 8 oz.). 1 MAIL THIS COUPON TO; Stokely-Vaa Camp, lac. Box 163. 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